The History Department is proud to announce the publication of Dr. Ibram X. Kendi’s new book Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Nation Books, 2016). In this book, Dr. Kendi explores the long historical construction of racism in American thought through the eyes of five major (and iconic) thinkers: […]
Congrats to Dr. Michael Schuering on the publication of his new book entitled, “Bekennen gegen den Atomstaat“. Die evangelischen Kirchen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und die Konflikte um die Atomenergie (“Professing against the Atomic State”. The Protestant Churches in West Germany and the Conflicts Concerning Atomic Energy (Göttingen: Wallstein, 2015) This book explores the intersection […]
The History Department is proud to promote Dr. Jeffrey Needell’s new edited collection entitled Emergent Brazil: Key Perspectives on a New Global Power, published this year by the University Press of Florida. The contributors to this volume take an interdisciplinary look at Brazil’s rise to economic prominence and the dynamic changes that have occurred as a […]
The History Department is very proud to announce the publication of Dr. William Link’s new book entitled Southern Crucible: The Making of an American Region. Dr. Link is the Richard J. Milbauer Professor of History and Southern Crucible draws upon his extensive experience researching, writing, and teaching the history of the U.S. South. Oxford University Press […]
The History Department is always proud to offer a diverse range of courses for both our seasoned majors and newcomers–all are welcome and there are no prerequisites for these upper division offerings. You can navigate through the slideshow below to see some of our offerings and click on the thumbnail to view the larger flyer.
The History Department is proud to announce the publication of Dr. J. Matthew Gallman’s book, Defining Duty in the Civil War: Personal Choice, Popular Culture, and the Union Home Front with the University of North Carolina Press. Dr. Gallman interrogates the meaning of citizenship and duty during this pivotal time in American history through an analysis […]
The History Department is proud to announce the impending publication of Dr. J. Matthew Gallman’s new book, Lens of War: Exploring Iconic Photographs of the Civil War, which he co-edited with Gary Gallagher and will appear in April 2015 with the University of Georgia Press. The book presents both iconic and unfamiliar photographs from the […]